This week in heart and brain health: Sept 15, 2016

Follow our regular roundup to keep up with the latest health headlines.

New documents reveal that sugar industry funded research to downplay sugar’s link to heart disease.

Having gallstones could be a red flag of underlying heart disease, a new study warns.

Stroke survivors are eight times more likely to experience depression than the general population, a new study reveals.

Breaking a sweat in middle age could improve brain function later in life, researchers say.

New research finds many parents lack confidence in promoting exercise to their kids.

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